SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY
Our Mission Statement:
‘Nothing is impossible with God’ Luke 1:37
It is our policy that all children wear school uniform when attending school or when participating in a school-organised event.
Our school uniform
- promotes a sense of pride
- identifies the children as members of our school community
- creates a feeling of belonging
- is practical and smart, designed with health and safety in mind
- good value for money
The role of parents/carers
We ask all parents/carers to support the school uniform policy. We believe that parents/carers have a duty to send their child/ren in the correct uniform and ready for their learning.
Please ensure all items of your child’s school uniform is labelled. Check regularly as the name can become faded over time with washing.
Black trousers or skirt
Red cardigan/school sweatshirt
Red tie (optional)
Red pullover/school sweatshirt
Red tie (optional)
Black PE shorts
Pumps/Trainers in Summer
Where to buy school uniform
The school sweatshirts are available to purchase from:
The Uniform Centre
114/116 Queen St.
Morley, LS27 9EB
Tel: 0113 252 1463
All other items can be found in local supermarkets and main retail outlets at reasonable prices.
St Francis’ Gently Used Uniform Shop
We now have a gently used uniform shop!
If your child/ren are in need of a uniform, please let us know and we may be able to provide it from our gently used shop. The uniform shop will be open during parents’ evenings and other school events. However, if you need something between now and then please contact us to enquire. There will be no charge for items from the shop.
Parents/carers- when your child out grows his/her uniform please consider donating it to our uniform shop.
Mobile Phones: Children’s are not allowed mobile phones in school
Jewellery: On health and safety grounds we do not allow children to wear jewellery in school. The exceptions to this rule are ear studs in pierced ears.
We ask the children either to remove the ear studs during PE and games or to cover them with a plaster.
False nails: Children are not allowed to wear false nails.
Make-up: Children are not allowed to wear make up.
We love our children as they are; their beautiful and natural selves!